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  • n. A place in the state of New York where people go over in the summer for vacation to enjoy artistic events.
  • n. A kind of travelling tent-show which used to move across America featuring popular talks.

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  • A brief article here on cougar sightings in Chautauqua County, NY.

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  • Richard Marvin, as Supreme Court Justice, then residing in Chautauqua county but brought up as a Dryden boy, was assigned to hold a term of court at Ithaca.

    Living in Dryden: May 2004 Archives

  • The Chautauqua is a kind of entertainment museum music 90 91

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  • The Chautauqua is a form of improvised history theater that features solo performances followed by interactive question/answer sessions - one "in character" and one "out of character."

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  • "Chautauqua" has been suggested, and also the lot back of the "White House" in Washington, D. C.

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  • By a natural process of evolution, adapting itself to other environments and uses, the backwoods camp-meeting has grown into the "Chautauqua" assembly, which at so many places besides the original center at Chautauqua Lake has grown into an important and most characteristic institution of American civilization.

    A History of American Christianity

  • If there is enough snow, you can head to any of the local hiking areas such as Chautauqua, Sanitas and Betasso.

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  • Additionally, Mrs. Kindberg said the exhibit fits in with the "learning center" vision the Chautauqua County Visitors Bureau has been developing for the region, a branding of the area based on its agencies and organizations such as Chautauqua Institution, the Roger Tory Peterson Institute and the Fenton History Center.

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  • The dates for the conference, titled “Storm on the Horizon: Slavery, Disunion and the Roots of the Civil War,” are Feb. 16 in Washington, at the National Museum of American History; Feb. 18-19 in Colonial Williamsburg; and Aug. 21-27 in Chautauqua, NY.

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  • Dan Brown and Azar Nafisi The author of "The Da Vinci Code" will come to the Chautauqua Institution in upstate New York Monday at 8:15 p.m., while much of the rest of the week is devoted to Iran.

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